Family affair

Bowen Jr., John J.
February 1998
Financial Planning;Feb98, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p135
Presents tips on how financial planners can optimize their connections with their clients and employees. Factors which motivate employees to higher productivity levels; Dangers of ignoring the basic needs of clients and employees; Restatement of the company's purpose; Confronting the toughest issues involving the company; Principles to follow in a group discussion.


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